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All The Way, Love And Marriage, Baby Come Home, Round The World Medley*, Collegiate Medley*, Birth Of The Blues**, Sunny Side Of The Street***

The Edsel Show

Frank Sinatra

1957
First broadcast October 13, 1957. *With Bing Crosby, **With Louis Armstrong, ***With Crosby, Armstrong, Rosemary Clooney

All The Way, Love And Marriage, Baby Come Home, Round The World Medley*, Collegiate Medley*, Birth Of The Blues**, Sunny Side Of The Street***

The Edsel Show

Frank Sinatra

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 4611
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I've Lost The Man I've Found, Sunny Side Of The Street*

The Edsel Show

Rosemary Clooney

1957
First broadcast October 13, 1957. *With Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong

I've Lost The Man I've Found, Sunny Side Of The Street*

The Edsel Show

Rosemary Clooney

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 4612
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Rockin' Chair

Timex All Star Show # 1

Louis Armstrong

1957
First broadcast December 30, 1957. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars, duet with Jack Teagarden

Rockin' Chair

Timex All Star Show # 1

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 3833
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Sunny Side Of The Street

Timex All Star Show # 2

Louis Armstrong

1958
First broadcast April 30, 1958. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars

Sunny Side Of The Street

Timex All Star Show # 2

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 3844
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(Up A) Lazy River, Tiger Rag, When The Saints Go Marching In, Rockin' Chair*

Newport Jazz Festival 1958

Louis Armstrong

1958
Freebody Park, Newport, Rhode Island, July 6, 1958. Featured in the 1959 film Jazz On A Summer's Day. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars. *With Jack Teagarden.

(Up A) Lazy River, Tiger Rag, When The Saints Go Marching In, Rockin' Chair*

Newport Jazz Festival 1958

Louis Armstrong

Concert filmUSAColourLive performanceEntry id = 572
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When The Saints Go Marching In

The USO All Star Christmas Show

Louis Armstrong

1958
Recorded September/October 1958. Broadcast to US Armed Forces worldwide in December 1958. With Danny Kaye

When The Saints Go Marching In

The USO All Star Christmas Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 5493
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Umbrella Man

Timex All Star Show # 4

Louis Armstrong

1959
With Dizzy Gillespie.

Umbrella Man

Timex All Star Show # 4

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 3828
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When The Saints Go Marching In, Now You Has Jazz, 'S Wonderful*

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1959
First broadcast September 20, 1959. *With Eileen Farrell

When The Saints Go Marching In, Now You Has Jazz, 'S Wonderful*

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 4970
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'S Wonderful

The Ed Sullivan Show

Eileen Farrell

1959
First broadcast September 20, 1959. *With Louis Armstrong

'S Wonderful

The Ed Sullivan Show

Eileen Farrell

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 20977
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There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York, All The Way*, Shall We Dance**

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis

Sammy Davis Jr

1960
First broadcast May 12, 1960. *Includes impressions of Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Louis Armstrong, Dean Martin. **With Peter Lawford

There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York, All The Way*, Shall We Dance**

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis

Sammy Davis Jr

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 9250
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Taking A Chance On Love, I've Got The World On A String, The Good Book*

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

Tony Bennett

1961
First broadcast January 29, 1961. *With Louis Armstrong, Kay Starr

Taking A Chance On Love, I've Got The World On A String, The Good Book*

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

Tony Bennett

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 18144
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The Good Book

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

Louis Armstrong

1961
First broadcast January 29, 1961. With Kay Starr, Tony Bennett

The Good Book

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 18145
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The Good Book

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

Kay Starr

1961
First broadcast January 29, 1961. *With Louis Armstrong, Tony Bennett

The Good Book

The Dinah Shore Chevy Show

Kay Starr

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 18146
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Blueberry Hill, Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, Now You Has Jazz, That's My Home, Tiger Rag

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1961
First broadcast March 5, 1961

Blueberry Hill, Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, Now You Has Jazz, That's My Home, Tiger Rag

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 20160
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Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, (Up A) Lazy River, When It's Sleepy Time Down South

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1961
First broadcast July 2, 1961

Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, (Up A) Lazy River, When It's Sleepy Time Down South

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUKB&WLive performanceEntry id = 16868
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When It's Sleepy Time Down South

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1961
First broadcast October 8, 1961

When It's Sleepy Time Down South

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 20984
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Blueberry Hill, Muskrat Ramble, After You've Gone

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1961
First broadcast October 15, 1961. Filmed at the McNair Barracks, West Berlin

Blueberry Hill, Muskrat Ramble, After You've Gone

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 20727
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Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen, Duke's Place*, In A Mellow Tone*

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1961
First broadcast December 17, 1961. *With Duke Ellington

Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen, Duke's Place*, In A Mellow Tone*

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 20416
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Duke's Place, In A Mellow Tone

The Ed Sullivan Show

Duke Ellington

1961
First broadcast December 17, 1961. With Louis Armstrong

Duke's Place, In A Mellow Tone

The Ed Sullivan Show

Duke Ellington

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 21011
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When It's Sleepy Time Down South, C'est Si Bon, Jerry*, Someday You'll Be Sorry, Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen, When The Saints Go Marching On*

Goodyear Jazz Concert

Louis Armstrong

1962
First broadcast April 2, 1962. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars. *With Jewel Brown - vocals

When It's Sleepy Time Down South, C'est Si Bon, Jerry*, Someday You'll Be Sorry, Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen, When The Saints Go Marching On*

Goodyear Jazz Concert

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAColourMimedEntry id = 2715
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Indiana, A Kiss To Build A Dream On, My Bucket's Got A Hole In It, Tiger Rag, Blueberry Hill, Mack The Knife, All Of Me*, Saint Louis Blues*, When The Saints Go Marchin' In, My Man**, After You've Gone, When It's Sleepy Time Down South

Concert (Stockholm)

Louis Armstrong

1962
The Cirkus, Stockholm, Sweden, May 25, 1962. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars. *Jewel Brown - vocal. **Monica Zetterlund - vocal

Indiana, A Kiss To Build A Dream On, My Bucket's Got A Hole In It, Tiger Rag, Blueberry Hill, Mack The Knife, All Of Me*, Saint Louis Blues*, When The Saints Go Marchin' In, My Man**, After You've Gone, When It's Sleepy Time Down South

Concert (Stockholm)

Louis Armstrong

Concert filmSwedenB&WLive performanceEntry id = 15271
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My Man

Concert (Stockholm)

Monica Zetterlund

1962
The Cirkus, Stockholm, Sweden, May 25, 1962. With Louis Armstrong and the All Stars

My Man

Concert (Stockholm)

Monica Zetterlund

Concert filmSwedenB&WLive performanceEntry id = 15272
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Mack The Knife, Blueberry Hill

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1962
First broadcast December 23, 1962

Mack The Knife, Blueberry Hill

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 7536
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Hello Dolly, So Long Dearie

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

1964
First broadcast October 4, 1964

Hello Dolly, So Long Dearie

The Ed Sullivan Show

Louis Armstrong

TV showUSAB&WLive performanceEntry id = 18584
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Hello Dolly

Der Goldene Schuss

Louis Armstrong

1965
TV show, Hoechst, Germany, March 25, 1965. With The All Stars, Max Greger and Big Band

Hello Dolly

Der Goldene Schuss

Louis Armstrong

TV showGermanyB&WLive performanceEntry id = 15206